Fly to Antarctica
Two weeks of wildlife, intimate encounters, icebergs, and real science, all onboard an Expedition sailing Yacht
We are an Expedition Sailboat Company
We sail in the World's Southern Ocean and Explore some of the last wild places. We take keen travelers, Adventureres, Scientists, and Mountaineers where they want to go. Explore Antarctica, the Beagle Channel, Isla de los Estados, the Falklands, the Darwin Range and Fjords, South Georgia
Ocean Tramp is an Expedition sailing vessel built for the high latitudes. She is Aluminum hulled and has a very protected pilot house for steering. You want nothing less when going to Antarctica
Ocean Tramp allows passengers to get up close to the ice. Her size allows provides maneuverability and flexibility. We can get into places larger boats can not. We can also take advantage of opportunities as they arise – amazing light, a breaching whale, and that perfect shot.
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Isla de Los Estados
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Top Ten Pieces of Gear to Bring to Antarctica Polar Gear you won’t want to forget If you are planning a trip to Antarctica you are most likely joining a ship and exploring the Antarctic Peninsula – which is an amazing place. We’ve helped guide…
Denver Penguin Researcher selected to join Antarctic Expedition Expedition tour operator sponsors scientist to study mercury pollution in the Southern Ocean FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 13, 2017 Ushuaia, Argentina. David Schutt, a master’s student at the University of Colorado Denver, has been selected to join…
Happy World Otter Day! Quixote Expeditions is excited to celebrate WORLD OTTER DAY!! In the height of the Austral Summer we are in Antarctica, but on the sides of the season Quixote Expedition supports Argentine Scientist Alejandro Valenzuela study otters on Isla de los Estados….
Science in Antarctica 2017-2018 Season: David Schutt and Mercury Accumulation Gentoo Penguins Mercury Bioaccumulation David Schutt will be one of two Quixote Expedition’s Guest Scientists for the 2017-2018 Antarctica Season. David is a graduate student at the University of Colorado Denver and is studying mercury…
Adventure Week Tierra del Fuego is Here! This week is Adventure Week Tierra del Fuego, organized by the Adventure Travel Trade Association (of which we are a member), in conjunction with the government of the Argentine Province of Tierra del Fuego, Región de Magallanes…
Website to Highlight Antarctica Flight Options We are excited to announce a website that will help focus and draw attention to the Fly in / Fly out options for Antarctica next year. www.flyantarctica.com Please go check it out – give us feedback – share with…
This past Antarctic season we took some more samples for the Adventure Science Microplastic Initiative. One of the samples was taken from the middle of the Drake Passage. Sadly there were indeed some plastics in the sample – 10 pieces in one liter! Results are…
April 22, 2017 Los atardeceres y los amaneceres hacen mas llevaderas las guardias, donde alrededor solo se ve la inmensidad del oceano y cuando empieza la noche, o cuando te suena el despertador a las 03am para subir al timon, nos podemos deleitar con unos…